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That is correct the NMC is set up by Westminster  Parliament to protect the public and does not protect us-so why do we pay
Police/firemen/drs  do not pay directly to fund government decisions.So why us?
Lynda



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From: Naylor, Sharon [HMPS] [HMPS] <[log in to unmask]>
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Subject: Re: [OCC-HEALTH] NMC to consult on fee increase


I had a conversation recently with someone who stated that I should be mindful of the fact that the NMC`s primary concern is to protect the interests of the public, and therefore  not primarily the interests of nurses. I`m not sure whether this view is right, but if you do take that as a starting point then it does become clearer why they are hiking the cost of registration. Not that  I agree with it by the way, just saying....


From: [log in to unmask] [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Allison Caine
Sent: 23 May 2012 20:53
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Subject: Re: [OCC-HEALTH] NMC to consult on fee increase



Hi Graham,
We are putting this on our website. I'm appalled that those of us who practice within our NMC code, are being penalised for those who do not, surely the fitness to practice costs should come out of a government pot??
Kind regards
Allison Caine
Secretary - NWOHG
 

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Consultation on NMC fee rise 

Last week we announced that our Council proposed to consult on increasing the registration fee to £120. 

The current registration fee of £76, in place since 2007, is no longer sufficient to meet the increasing costs of regulation. This includes managing the 48% increase in the number of fitness to practise referrals against nurses and midwives since 2010.

Please encourage staff to have their say, and to take part in the consultation when it is launched.

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Our guidance on raising and escalating concerns is for all nurses and midwives, and it should complement local whistleblowing policies and safeguarding procedures. 

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Understanding the process helps enable employers, managers and senior nursing or midwifery staff, to make the informed decisions needed if they want to refer someone to us. 

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